The British School of Meditation Blog

Jul 19, 2021
In this blog I share with you the joy when Mary and I were able to meet up and work face to face again. Since I wrote this blog, I have also joined a class at our London centre, it was wonderful to be able to be with them. Maybe just maybe life is slowly getting back to normal. Helen
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Jul 06, 2021
WHAT IS MINDFULNESS TRAINING Mindfulness training, which is simple and effective, learnt in only a few weeks, with no equipment required.
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Jun 15, 2021
I have recently signed up to Gaia Gaia offers a large resource of videos looking at meditation, yoga, and as they say ‘Other consciousness-expanding’ videos. The videos that I have watched are well produced. They do have a free trial you can sign up to.
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May 18, 2021
Our latest video blog from Helen.
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Apr 23, 2021
In this blog Mary shares with you how she has found this book and rule helpful during Lockdown.
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Mar 26, 2021
I have been thinking a lot recently about are we grounded? During the pandemic when all of our lives have been turned upside down to some degree, in my view it is even more important to have our feet on the ground as this does give us some resilience. Therefore it is a question to be asked does the meditation we are practising and teaching facilitate this?
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Mar 09, 2021
The Loving Kindness meditation, is such a lovely and generous Meditation as it focuses not just on you but other people or other situations. The question is though do we practice loving kindness in our daily lives?
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Mar 02, 2021
This blog is an essay on the history and development of meditation from early man to the present day. The essay was written by a student on one of our Meditation Teacher Training courses. 
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Feb 22, 2021
As I celebrate 10 years free from cancer, I am deeply grateful for my training with Mary and Helen at the British School of Meditation. I was blessed to have a Mother who was deeply spiritual.
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Feb 08, 2021
In my experience, most people start a meditation practice because they realise that something has to be done to help them over a particular problem, the most common reason for starting a practice is Stress, or mild depression.
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The British School of Meditation has been established to train teachers in meditation techniques to meet the  growing demand for highly trained and accredited meditation teachers throughout the UK including: the Midlands, South West, Wales, North West, North East, London and the South East.

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